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Maeve Doyle's Private View features interviews with artist and individuals who are redefining the art world. Hosted by Art Critic Maeve Doyle, one of London's most active art commentators, the podcast offers endless insights and a deep dive into art news, developments and stirrings in visual culture. Maeve looks for answers in lively conversations with artists, curators, critics, art dealers, gallerists and auction house experts who offer surprising perspectives on the world through their wo ...
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Art in Mayfair is back for a sixth edition, showcasing four weeks of art, fashion and culture across the destination. From art flags, pop-up exhibitions, showcases, walks, talks and events from Bond Street and Savile Row to Mount Street from 12 June to 9 July. Art in Mayfair's podcast series hosted by art critic Maeve Doyle, delves into the minds of the artists taking part and uncovers some of the hidden stories behind the works. Tune in to find out how London's art and fashion scenes are th ...
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Art in Mayfair is back for a sixth edition, showcasing four weeks of art, fashion and culture across the destination. From art flags, pop-up exhibitions, showcases, walks, talks and events from Bond Street and Savile Row to Mount Street from 12 June to 9 July. Art in Mayfair's podcast series hosted by art critic Maeve Doyle, delves into the minds of the artists taking part and uncovers some of the hidden stories behind the works. Tune in to find out how London's art and fashion scenes are th ...
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Country & Town House’s culture editor, Ed Vaizey, and associate editor, Charlotte Metcalf discuss the week’s cultural offerings with a brilliant edit of what you should be watching, reading, listening to, booking and visiting each week. Their roster of high profile guests adds illuminating insight to the current cultural landscape.
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In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Tanya Doyle, Director of 'Eat / Sleep / Cheer / Repeat'.Subscribe to the Film Ireland podcast on your favourite platform at https://linktr.ee/filmirelandTeam captain, glamour queen Jessica; star athlete, Covid anti-vaxer Jayleesa; dyslexic, athletic Blathnaid; out-n-proud, fun-loving Dean; freedom-seeking Tayl…
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In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Simon Chambers, the Director of Screen Ireland supported documentary 'Much Ado About Dying.Filmmaker Simon finds his life drastically interrupted when he is called back to London from India to care for his retired bohemian gay actor Uncle David. Everything that could go wrong does go wrong. David's anarchic sp…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh welcomes back Andrew Baird to talk about his latest film, Sunrise. Then we hear from Director Michael Showalter about his Rom Com The Idea of You. When a former cop named Fallon returns to the scene of a horrific crime, the residents of a rural town discover the dark visitor is really a vampire who feeds o…
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In this Japanese Film Festival Roundtable, Gemma Creagh talks to Andrew Partridge, founder of Anime Limited, Emmy Shigeta, a Japanese DJ working in the industry in Ireland, and Stephen McNeice, co-programmer of the Japanese Film Festival Ireland.https://www.jff.ie/https://filmireland.net/ The Japanese Film Festival Ireland is organised by access CI…
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In this special Young Irish Film Makers at Dublin International Film Festival podcast, 5 young critics interview 2 filmmakers whose shorts screened at this year's festival.Adelaide Kane interviews Hannah Mamalis DIFF Podcast 2024Chloe O'Malley and Assil Ksiksi interview Ciaran Maggin interview Ciaran Maginn, whose film Screamer screened at the the …
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In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Andrew Gallimore about his documentary One Night In Millstreet.One Night In Millstreet is the story of Ireland in 1995, a snapshot of a country told through a high stakes prize fight in Millstreet, Cork between the then unknown underdog Steve ‘The Celtic Warrior’ Collins and the larger…
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Ahead of the Japanese Film Festival, Gemma Creagh talks to Adam Torel, Head of Third Window Films. Two of his releases, Shadow of Fire and Typhoon Club are screening at this year's festival.To introduce the festival, Gemma first talks to Maeve Cooke, director at access CINEMA, co-organisers of the festival with The Embassy of Japan.https://www.jff.…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Christine Molloy & Joe Lawlor, about their film Baltimore.Based on the infamous true story of the English heiress who became a revolutionary. Debutante Rose Dugdale (Imogen Poots) enjoys a life of wealth and privilege, but her rebellious nature soon leads her down a militant path. Amongst the poli…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Leandro Arouca, Colourist at Raygun, a boutique post-production house located on Baggot Street in Dublin’s city centre. Leandro brings over fifteen years international experience in the craft of colour grading to the t Raygun team. Beginning his career with O2 Filmes in Sao Paolo, Leandro has work…
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In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, we are grateful to Dublin International Film Festival and Volta Pictures for sharing this masterclass with Kevin Macdonald on directing in conversation with Ross Whitaker.This masterclass took place on 25th February 2024.The Oscar-winning director is known for his feature and documentary films, including One…
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In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Rachel Ramsay and James Erskine about their documentary Copa 71.It is August 1971. Football teams from England, Argentina, Mexico, France, Denmark and Italy are gathering at Mexico City’s sun-drenched Azteca Stadium. The scale of the tournament is monumental: lavish sponsorship, extens…
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In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Pav Grochola, FX and Look of Picture Supervisor at Sony Pictures Imageworks. Pav Grochola is in Belfast to give a talk at RENDR Festival on 1st March 2024.RENDR Festival is a unique evening event, celebrating creative craft and artistry in a fully immersive two-day festival exploring the space between Creativi…
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We are delighted to be partnering with Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) to bring you a series of podcasts with filmmakers featuring in this year’s programme. DIFF 2024 runs 22nd February – 2nd March. Explore the programme and get your tickets here.In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Nadim Cheikhrouha, Producer of Four Daugh…
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We are thrilled to be partnering with Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) to bring you a series of podcasts with filmmakers featuring in this year’s programme. DIFF 2024 runs 22nd February – 2nd March. Explore the programme and get tickets here.In this Film Ireland Podcast, DIFF's Silver Screen Critics: Lorna Cady, Mutale Kampuni, Maureen Bus…
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In this Dublin International Film Festival podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Oge Obasi, Producer of Mami Wata. Set in the matriarchal ocean village of Iyi, where West African water deity Mami Wata reigns via the village leader, this genre-bending tale brings to life a futuristic fable that fuses spiritual beliefs with inter-generational tensions.Writt…
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In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Mark Adams, co-writer with Christopher Pickard of Cannes Uncut. Directed by Roger Penny and Richard Blanshard.The story of the glorious excesses, triumphs and failures of Cannes is one that demands to be told. Penny and Blanshard’s documentary revels in the glamour, red carpets, parties and personalities which…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Ian Hunt-Duffy about his debut feature Double Blind.Double Blind is in Irish cinemas from Friday 9th February and is available on demand and digital February from 13th.Directed by Ian Hunt-Duffy and written by the award-winning screenwriter Darach McGarrigle and starring British actress Millie Bra…
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We are thrilled to be partnering with Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) to bring you a series of podcasts with filmmakers featuring in this year's programme. DIFF 2024 runs 22nd February – 2nd March. Explore the programme and get tickets here.In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Kathleen Harris, Director of the documentary Birdsong.Ornith…
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Welcome to The DocArena Podcast in association with Film Ireland. My name is Ross Whitaker and every fortnight, I want to dig deeply into the motivations of documentary filmmakers – how do they choose their subject material and what approaches and strategies do they employ to fund, craft and distribute their work…In this episode of The DocArena Pod…
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Welcome to a new series of The DocArena Podcast. In this episode Ross Whitaker talks to Felicity Morris and Bernadette Higgins about their documentary American Nightmare.After a home invasion and kidnapping, a young couple's recounting of the events is too far-fetched for the police to believe. You'll never suspect the truth.Watch American Nightmar…
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We are delighted to be partnering with Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) to bring you a series of podcasts with filmmakers featuring in this year's programme. DIFF 2024 runs 22nd February – 2nd March. Explore the programme and get tickets at https://diff.ie/In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks DIFF short films with Tania Notaro, Derek Ugochu…
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Gemma Creagh was at IndieCork 2023 Film Festival and met up with Festival Director Úna Feely , Hungry Hill Co-Director Mieke Vanmechelen and Unseen Guest Director Sarah Corcoran.IndieCork is devoted to celebrating independent cinema & giving a platform to emerging filmmakers.IndieCork 2023 Film Festival took place 15-22 December 2023.https://indiec…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Smrithika Majukar talks to Nick Roth, the Co-director with Lindsey Haun and writer of indie horror-comedy Hanky Panky.A man and his sentient napkin friend save the world from a dark evil in a cabin deep in the Utah mountains, and also learn to love.Hanky Panky premièred at the at LA Comedy Film Festival on 9th December…
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In this final edition, we’re talking to two of the Britain’s most passionate advocates for singing in a choir. Ben England and Mark Strachan collaborated during the pandemic on the Self-Isolation Choir when thousands joined online from round the world to sing. Both were awarded British Empire Medals as a result. Today they tell us about Choir of th…
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This week we’re at the new Maddox Gallery on Mayfair’s Berkeley Street, talking to the British-American artist Russell Young about his new exhibition ‘Dreamland’, in which he dissects the American dream and the dark side of fame. Also with us is the renowned art critic and broadcaster Maeve Doyle, Global Artistic Director of the Maddox Gallery Grou…
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This week we’re at Gainsborough's House in Sudbury, Suffolk. We’re always delighted to discover a true gem away from London and this most certainly is one. Housed in the home where the great 18th century portrait and landscape painter artist Thomas Gainsborough grew up, this is now Suffolk’s largest art gallery and a global study centre for Gainsbo…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to three filmmakers whose films are screening in this year’s Dublin Comedy International Film Festival: Zoë Brennan-Whitmore (Unhinged), Jeda de Bri (Ghosted) and Aoife O’ Kelly (Panic).The Dublin Comedy International Film Festival takes place from 29th November – 2nd December 2023.Unhinged (DIR: Zoë…
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We talk to the young American archivist and writer who stumbled across hitherto unused material from Edward VIII’s personal archives and autobiographical notes, including his scribbled opinions about Wallis Simpson. Jane Marguerite Tippett’s new book about, ‘Once a King: The Lost Memoir of Edward VIII’ has been published to much acclaim, for being …
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Ken Wardrop, Director of So This Is Christmas.It’s late November and across the country expectations of the impending festive season are growing. Christmas trees are being bought, festive music turned up and presents scrambled for. It’s all getting very bright and loud, excessive and expensive. Di…
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‘Women in Revolt!’ is an important and exciting new exhibition featuring work by over 100 feminist artists created between 1970 and 1990. Alongside work by well-known artists is work rarely seen before, by women who have been marginalised or left outside the artistic narrative. With us to tell us all about the exhibition are Linsey Young, Curator o…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Paul Mercier, Writer & Director of Prospect House ahead of its screening at this year’s Cork International Film Festival.Prospect House is a satirical film about a group of protestors who stage a period re- enactment in a dilapidated 18th century house in a last ditch effort to save the building f…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to filmmaker Joe Lee about 406 Days, which is screening at this year’s Still Voices Film Festival (November 15th – 19th 2023).The film tells the story of the 1,000 Irish Debenhams workers who were made redundant through a generic email on the 9th of April 2020 after Debenhams UK Retail Ltd closed all…
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In this Still Voices 23 Podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Co-Writer (alongside Brendan J. O’Brien) & Director of Birth/Rebirth which is screening at this year’s Still Voices Film Festival (November 15th – 19th 2023).A morgue technician successfully reanimates the body of a little girl, but she must harvest biological materials from pregnant women to k…
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We’re at The Coach and Horses in Soho with actor Robert Bathurst, much loved for his roles as David Marsden in Cold Feet, and Mark Taylor in Joking Apart, and with theatre producer Trish Wadley. Robert is reprising his title role in Keith Waterhouse’s Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell and tells us what fun it is to perform in the very venue where the late …
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to 4 filmmakers whose films are screening at the Cork International Film Festival (Nov 9th - 26th, 2023). Martina Glynn (Wrecker), Aduda Hera & Lia Campbell (Shee) and TJ O’Grady-Peyton (Room Taken).https://filmireland.net/https://corkfilmfest.org/By Film Ireland
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Smrithika Majukar talks to Molly Manning Walker, Writer/Director of ‘How to Have Sex’Three British teenage girls go on a rites-of-passage holiday, drinking, clubbing and hooking up in what should be the best summer of their lives. As they dance their way across the sun-drenched streets of Malia, they find themselves na…
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We’re talking to William Boyd, unquestionably one of our greatest living novelists. He’s also a screenwriter, television writer, playwright and director, who has won multiple accolades and awards along the way, including a BAFTA Television Award for Best Drama Serial of Any Human Heart. Following The Romantic, his latest ‘whole life’ novel, a new b…
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A major survey of 10,000 black Britons has been undertaken by the Black British Voices Project in collaboration with Cambridge University, The Voice, and management company i-Cubed. Maggie Semple, co-founder of i-Cubed, led the research team and Nels Abbbey is a writer, broadcaster and former banker who founded the Black Writer’s Guild and wrote th…
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In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to event organiser Tim Burden about From The Quiet Man to The Quiet Girl – An Irish Film Music Journey, a celebration of Irish film music, and the role played by music in telling the great stories of Irish cinema over the past 100 years at Belfast’s iconic Strand Arts Centre. Followed by Pius Ojo tal…
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The prodigious, award-winning novelist talks to us candidly about her life as a novelist since she first published ‘After You’d Gone’ 23 years ago. She tells us how she started writing, her inspiration for ‘Hamnet’ and her most recent published novel ‘The Marriage Portrait’. She describes what it was like to watch ‘Hamnet’ at the RSC and The Garric…
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Ahead of its screening at the Kerry Film Festival, Gemma Creagh talks to Trish McAdam, Director of Songs Of Blood And Destiny.Based on the epic poem, iGirl, by Marina Carr. A narrator unravels her own life like some knotted ball of string, reflects with dark humour and heavenly wit on humanities destiny and evokes voices past and future. ​The filmm…
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In this Film Ireland Podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Lisa Mulcahy Director of 'Lies We Tell'.Lies We Tell is a a contained psychological thriller about a gaslit girl’s break for freedom. Maud (Agnes O’Casey), an orphaned heiress living alone in an isolated manor, must fight her charming and dangerous Uncle (David Wilmot) for her inheritance— and her…
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